TWD promotes three from within

TWD has made three new promotions in order to better align the company’s resources with its advanced communications and collaboration offerings.

Larry Scherer is now vice president of Infrastructure Solutions and will focus on developing new infrastructure and technology capabilities and offerings. 

Woody Hume is now vice president of Technology Sales where he will continue to improve the performance and scope of the technology sales team.

Tom Ladimir is now executive director of Complex Integration where his responsibilities will now also include the oversight of integration and advanced audio/video projects. 

Each roll will deal with developing new and expanded technology capabilities, leading sales and proposal management efforts and customizing business solutions, the company said in a release.

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